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Regenerate Thumbnails

Allows you to regenerate your thumbnails after changing the thumbnail sizes.

10 reviews
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4.8 out of 5 stars
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Almost perfect
By , for WP 4.5.2

It would be really great if your plugin would automatically regenerate all sizes after editing an image with the WP online image editing tools (eg cropping or flipping), or at least add a regenerate thumbnails link to the edit image page. Currently, only the default WP sizes are regenerated after editing, and custom sizes still reflect the pre-edited image.

Good plugin/ poor interface
By , for WP 4.4.2

I've been using this plugin for years now and it is still the best choice. Although the interface feels somewhat outdated, the inner workings of the plugin are fine and like a little (ugly) workhorse, it always delivers.

Good luck!
By ,

Good luck!

Great plugin!
By , for WP 4.1

This is a very useful plugin. The only thing I think would be better to have, is a control panel for at choose thumbnail size.

Works, but creates bloat
By , for WP 4.0

Sometimes, you don't want to regenerate ALL the thumbnails for a image.
Even though this plugin works, it creates a lot of images that I will never use.

I have moved over to using a "on-demand thumbnail generation" PHP script instead.

Fantastic must use plugin!
By ,

The latest version seems little slower than before, however its still a vital part of my toolbox.

Thank you so much for creating it! :)

worked well for me
By , for WP 3.9.1

tried on a couple of websites. worked great!

love it
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Works perfectly but strains the server
By , for WP 3.6

This plugin does exactly what it's supposed to do, and it does it very well. Just a couple of easy clicks, and you're on your way to having all your thumbnails resized, which is often a necessity if you switch themes. However, if you have a decent sized site with lots of images (we have an image on every post, for thousands of posts), this can really do a number on your server. If you're using shared hosting, this could very well get your site temporarily shut down by your hosting company, simply because you're using up all the resources. That's not to say this is a terrible plugin, or even that they can do anything to prevent that. Let's face it, you are editing every single image on your site. There's no way to do that without beating up your server just a little. But it is something to be aware of going in.

Very good tool (but one wish)
By , for WP 3.4.2

A simple yet very good tool what does, what it's intended to.

In some provider environments there is not enough memory (RAM) to recalculate every image. Instead of an error message only "function (){if(c){var a=c.length;n(arguments),j?l=c.length:e&&e!==!0&&(k=a,o(e[0],e[1]))}return this}" is displayed. It would be great, if at least the picture name or ID would be displayed.

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